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This blog post discusses EQUIP: The programme with a boundless capacity to improve urology care by using a Quality Improvement system comparable to that used in Engineering program[...]
This September marks the fifth annual Urology Awareness Month, an opportunity for urologists, researchers, GPs, patients, and urology advocates to raise awareness of and speak open[...]
It’s hard to believe that we have been doing the BJUI Social Media Awards for six years now! I recall vividly our inaugural BJUi Social Media Awards in 2013, as the burgeoning soci[...]
Since 2008 we have cycled in Sicily, Malawi, Madagascar, Patagonia, South Africa and Rajasthan raising more than three quarter of a million pounds for The Urology Foundation. The s[...]
TRoMbone is launched! The UK feasibility randomised trial Testing radical prostatectomy in men with prostate cancer and oligoMetastases to the bone has opened at Oxford University [...]
The Urology Foundation Cycle Challenge in Rajasthan 19 – 28 November 2015 In memory of Professor John Fitzpatrick         After the gruelling cycling challenges[...]
Last weekend, The Urology Foundation held the Specialist Registrar in Urology Consultant Education (SpRUCE) course in Birmingham. It was spread over 2 days with a networking dinner[...]
(in memory of John Anderson MS FRCS) As most of you know, sadly John Anderson, President Elect of the British Association of Urological Surgeons, died this summer from advanced pro[...]
“You never have a second chance to make a first impression.”  How you initially come across to your colleagues, the nurses and your patients as a newly appointed consultant can set[...]